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CT, NY, and NJ Lose More Residents

United Van lines

United Van Lines recently released their 2014 National Movers Study. Each year United Van Lines releases a study with the results of customers’ state-by-state migration patterns during the year. For the third year in a row, the Northeast is ranked at the top for residents leaving.

New Jersey has the highest moving deficit with 65% outbound and New York is number two with 64% outbound. Connecticut rounds out the top ten with 57% outbound. Only 43% of moves in Connecticut were inbound.

This year’s migration pattern is part of a long-term trend of moves to southern and western states for a variety of reasons, including lower housing costs, and increased job potential.

Click here to read United Van Lines’ 38th Annual National Movers Study


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